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Perhaps the greatest triumph of American Capitalism was the invention and proliferation of Fast Food. From humble beginnings, visionaries like Roy Kroc have taken stand-alone burger stands like the one owned by the McDonald brothers and transformed them into multi-national food empires that serve free refills and cheap eats in almost every corner of the globe (sorry Iceland).
But Roy Kroc was not alone, and today there are so many options available that sometimes choosing can be difficult.
To help you decide which fast food restaurant to visit next time you pull off the interstate, the good folks over at food blog Eating The Road have put together an amazing flow-chart.
Thanksgiving is upon us, and that means millions of Americans will be sitting down to vast feasts of turkey, stuffing, potatoes and various casseroles that no one likes. Most of these feasts will be served buffet style with refills available on everything. Of course on Thanksgiving, whether you’re going to the in-laws house or to one of those $19.99 all-you-can-eat buffets, the goal is the same: eat the most expensive, highest calorie meal you can manage.
To help you in this task, check out the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Guide from Eating The Road. It’s geared towards maximizing your value at those Vegas-style mega buffets, but the tips will serve you just as will at Aunty Mildred’s thanksgiving table.
So go ahead and gorge yourself this Thanksgiving. After all, it’s what the Pilgrims would have wanted.
Happy Eating and God Bless America!